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I am 14, am I pregnant?

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Hi,I'm 14 and had sex about 2 weeks ago,I have a implant so I thought everything would be fine,I still went to get checked out for sti's and stuff though,there is one thing I didn't get tested for? And that's pregnancy?i know it's probably me just being stupid but I think I may be pregnant even though I have implant?i keep having mood swings,my periods are weird,my stomach feels bloated and I keep getting stomach cramp and back ache,although I havnt been sick yet,I do go through the day feeling sick,i have been urinating a lot more then normal?am I pregnant?im really scared.

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Don't be scared. You're asking the right questions. It's possible the implant is bothering you. You should talk to your local health department or family planning clinic. They can test for pregnancy quickly and confidentially and give you advice on whether to continue to use the implant or if something else would be better for you. Best wishes.
It's possible but it's more likely that the stress that you're feeling is causing your period to be late. Try the local public health clinic or family planning, they will probably be able to help you at a very low cost. Your thoughts about your family indicate that you are responsible and this is an additional step to prove it.
It's possible but it's more likely that the stress that you're feeling is causing your period to be late. Try the local public health clinic or family planning, they will probably be able to help you at a very low cost. Your thoughts about your family indicate that you are responsible and this is an additional step to prove it.

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